MJR Solicitors Conveyancing Services
When you buy a property at auction, you can’t be 100% sure if you’ve bought a bargain or a major drain on your finances. The only thing you can be certain of is, when the hammer falls, you’ll be the proud, new owner. Before you get that far, the MJR team of auction sales conveyancing solicitors can prepare a pre-auction report for you so you know what you’re getting into.
Conveyancing services for auction purchases
A regular property sale process ensures you’re not committed to buying or selling until contracts are agreed, so you have time and space to think about your decision. But purchasing a property at auction means using your instincts, buying at speed, and taking ownership with immediate effect.
Auction properties can go under the hammer, as seen, for all sorts of reasons, some more dubious than others. But there will be a legal pack of documents for the property available beforehand, which should include detailed property information for you, including:
- Titles, deeds, and land registry documents
- Local authority search information
- Special conditions of sale
- Property Information and Fixtures and Fittings forms
- Lease and tenancy agreements
- Relevant planning permission document
To protect you from buying a property you might later regret, and as part of your own due diligence, we can review the paperwork for you. This will involve:
- Checking the documents inside the pack
- Highlighting missing or incorrect documents
- Flagging any restrictions on the property
- Giving you the right legal advice on the best way to proceed
If you’re successful with your auction purchase, we can also complete your post-auction conveyancing as well.
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How much are your auction purchase fees?
We offer a range of transparent, low-rate, and fixed-fee, auction purchase services that won’t change unless your instructions do. With no hidden fees and no hourly rates, our fixed-fee, auction purchase services mean you get what you need without going over budget.
|Freehold Purchases||Fee||Leasehold Purchases||Fee|
|Up to 150k||£665 plus VAT||Up to 150k||£715 plus VAT|
|£150 to £250k||£715 plus VAT||£150 to £250k||£765 plus VAT|
|£250 to 300k||£765 plus VAT||£250 to 300k||£815 plus VAT|
|£300 to £400k||£815 plus VAT||£300 to £400k||£865 plus VAT|
|£400 to £500k||£865 plus VAT||£400 to £500k||£915 plus VAT|
|£500k to £600k||£915 plus VAT||£500k to £600k||£965 plus VAT|
|£600 to 700k||£965 plus VAT||£600k to 700k||£1,015 plus VAT|
|£700k to £800k||£1,015 plus VAT||£700k to £800k||£1,065 plus VAT|
Contact MJR Conveyancing Solicitors today
An auction purchase can be an excellent way of getting a bargain. But there are no guarantees and the pre-auction legal pack can be a confusing wad of paperwork. Our experienced team of auction sales conveyancing solicitors will have you covered, giving you the advice you need, and ensuring you’re not making a costly mistake.
For more information on buying auction properties, get the facts you need first by contacting our specialist conveyancing team today by calling 01243 945 054, sending a message through our contact form, or emailing us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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